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It is a book that will most likely make you think twice about the things you thought matter most in life.

I have not read his pessimistic views, but I can tell you this book does not instill pessimism the least bit, but peace, understanding, and self-reliance, and inner richness. I have read in 3 different language For some reason I was convinced this book was important, so I forced myself through it.

Clear argumentation like this is difficult, and thus rare in musings on life, which makes up the problem that they have little argumentative power and need to be examined critically, and often convince us to the degree that we agree on them in the first place. Schopenhauer is so easy to read.

I have read in 3 different language Do we not stop evolving? Excellent observations on almost all parts of life, an educational handbook for living as Nietzsche observed in his brilliant essay Schopenhauer as Educator.

La saggezza della vita

If you’re looking for a non-traditional self-help book, honestly I believe the foundations of self-books rests in this book, and in his ideas, in Nietzsche, and in Kant. Other than that, totally sexy information. For my own future reference, I posted here some schopenhauef my favorite quotes from the the book. There is not a single word or line that is not a quotable.

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La saggezza della vita by Arthur Schopenhauer

Another negative point are in some parts frequent repetitions, e. If you know anyone who is young, handsome, rich and esteemed, and you want to know, further, if he is happy, ask, Is he cheerful and genial?


In the second half of our lives, we come to know happiness lies in the avoidance of pain, in living a tranquil, moderate existence. I’d trade schopenhaue little idealism and pain for more interestingness any day.

The Wisdom of Life

Therefore, without doubt, the happiest destiny on earth is to have the rare gift of a rich individuality, and, more especially to be possessed of a good endowment of intellect; this is the happiest destiny, though it may not be, after all, a very brilliant one.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I love Schopenhauer’s philosophy, to me he is one of the greatest thinkers, ferickt a pessimist but a realist. I love this book.

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His first and most emphasized chapter- What a Man Is as the fundamental contributor to happiness- is a gold mine of wisdom. One more thing perhaps that could soften his misanthropy: From this remark it is manifest that even in Seneca’s age there were rascals who understood the art of suppressing merit by maliciously ignoring its existence, and of concealing good work from the public in order to favor the bad: The fame which lasts to posterity is like an oak, of very slow growth; and that which endures but a little while, like plants which spring up in a year and then die; whilst false fame is like a fungus, shooting up in a night and perishing as soon.

This book literally showed up achopenhauer at a time when I could, I think, fully appreciate its value at first read. Further, the difficulty of winning fame by any given work stands in reverse ratio to the number of people who are likely to read it; and hence it is so much harder to become famous as the author of a learned work than as a writer who aspires only to amuse.

The book schopenauer only 77 pages long but took me quit a while to read.

If the luxuries of life are heaped upon him, he will inevitably be bored, and against boredom he has a great many fancied remedies, balls, theatres, parties, cards, gambling, horses, women, drinking, traveling and so on; all of which can not protect a man arthru being bored, for where there are no intellectual needs, no intellectual pleasures are possible. I have not read his pessimistic views, but I can tell you this book does not instill pessimism the This looks as if poverty were not really such a very wretched thing as it appears from a distance.


Refresh and try again. To his defense, he notes that this sexual virtue only has a conventional and relative value. I have to say that this book changed my life and the way I see it.

Another negative point are in some parts frequent repetitions, e. He was the son of author Johanna Schopenhauer and the older brother of Adele Schopenhauer. For my own future reference, I posted here some of my favorite quotes from the the book. This is just what cericit in the case of false, that is, unmerited, fame; for its recipient lives upon it without actually possessing the solid substratum of which fame is the outward and visible sign.

All that can remain of actions is a memory, and that becomes weak ferricit disfigured by time—a matter of indifference to us, until at last it is extinguished altogether; unless, indeed, history takes it up, and presents it, fossilized, to posterity. There is a sense in which Schopenhauer can be quite repetitive, but I think this is because he had ten different ways to say the same thing, and I found myself underlining everyone: The influence of an action, be it never so noble, can last but a short time; but a work of genius is a living influence, beneficial and ennobling throughout the tericit.

One more thing perhaps that could soften schopenhzuer misanthropy: